50% of children who are aborted survive and have severe disability including blindness not to mention parents that don't want them
sometimes abortion is a good choice becaus eif you know the child will die then why suffer and make the baby suffer also
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oh yeah, then there's the argument that the baby might end up a serial killer, to which I would ask: Is it just to kill a person for a wrong that they MIGHT commit? If it is, why don't we kill everyone who we suspect might end up this way? What would be the difference between that and killing all babies who might end up that way?
by existing on earth but he can gain by existing on earth because he might not end up abused. I've searched, but I have not found answers to these questions. So if anyone can provide me with answers, feel free to and please post reply.
All other differences are because of these three. So, since the baby is human, what is worse: A person having to give birth because she got assaulted or a person being executed. After all, what (physically) is worse than death save torture? Same with the argument that the baby might end up abused or neglected. Which is worse: 80 years of earthly existence with possible torment and eternal rest or having never existed? Compared to eternity, 80 years is nothing. So the baby has nothing to lose
Is a baby a human being? What about a baby makes him not a human being? Let's consider the only differences between a baby and a full grown human. For one, a baby is shorter. If size is the factor, then why aren't small people considered less human? Secondly, the baby is younger. If age is the factor, why aren't elderly people considered more human than younger adults? Thirdly, the baby is in womb. Why aren't people who are locked in tight spaces not considered less human than people who aren't?